While overall air movement didn’t change in the melatonin subjects, their ability to use oxygen did improve. In addition, inflammation dropped after just three months of the study. Dispend (shortness of breath) improved with melatonin.
Melatonin is a hormone your pineal gland makes every day. Most medical professionals consider it a premier antioxidant. It might be valuable particularly for the inflammation in the lungs of those with COPD. It is quite safe at the dosage they used in this study (3 mg). And it will help you sleep great as well.
These results compare favorably with the improvement we often see with nebulized glutathione, another star antioxidant. Vitamin C helps protect lung tissue as well (perhaps 3-6 grams daily). You also need to consider CoQ10 (as
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